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Search Aspect ( Hartwell Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Alexander Crescent looking towards Hartwell Road (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1944. Image taken at the end of Alexander Crescent, looking onto Hartwell Road. The man in the picture is George Batchelor who lived at number 30 Alexander Crescent, a through house also addressed as 75 Hyde Park Road. He is leaning against the rear gates of a branch of Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society, fronting Hyde Park Road at numbers 77 and 79. These rear gates are at number 32 Alexander Crescent. The co-op cellars were used as an air-raid shelter during the Second World War, as indicated by the signage on the gates. In the background is Westfield Works where H. Garnett's shoulder pad manufacturing business was based. The firm also had premises at St. Andrew's Works in Westfield Road, Burley.
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Hartwell Road, Queen's Road no. 2 (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Black & White image6th December 1972 On the left of the image is Hartwell Road while Queen's Road is on the right with number 2 Queen's Road, the Irene Hair Stylist Salon, on the corner, where two women in coats and head scarves are stoodby the entrance.
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Hill Top Road, looking south (Hyde Park) (2 comments)
Black & White image1971. View of Hill Top Road looking south towards the junction with Hartwell Road. Westfield Works is on the corner on the left while beyond the wall on the right is All Hallows Church. In the background the row of terraced houses leading downwards is Alexandra Crescent.
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Hyde Park Road no. 79, Hartwell Road (Hyde Park) (9 comments)
Black & White image6th December 1972 Image shows Windsors licensed betting shop number 79 Hyde Park Road on the left at the corner of Hartwell Road on the right. On the left are a row of terraced houses with bay windows. Number 77 is boarded up.
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Queens Road (Burley)
Black & White image19th April 1956. View of number 2 Queens Road, premises of W.S. Thomas grocers and greengrocers on the corner with Hartwell Road. Advertisements for Players Digger tobacco, Mansion polish, Brooke Bond tea, Craven A and Players Please visible.
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